Designers work toward more human, healing aesthetics in hospitals

09/7/2004 | NYTimes.com

Architects and designers around the world are increasingly working to humanize the design of hospitals and make them more inviting and soothing places. Factors including soft lighting, inspiring views and relaxing gardens with lots of art can not only help patients heal quicker, but can help nurses remain loyal to employers and even help other health professionals perform better, some experts say.

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